Assessing Experts' Views of the Future of Long-Term Care

@article{Miller2008AssessingEV,
  title={Assessing Experts' Views of the Future of Long-Term Care},
  author={E. Miller and M. Booth and V. Mor},
  journal={Research on Aging},
  year={2008},
  volume={30},
  pages={450 - 473}
}
Consensus is growing that long-term care delivery, regulation, and financing are no longer viable, a concern that will grow more salient as the population ages. To better understand these prevailing challenges, the authors interviewed experts regarding the current state of long-term care in the United States, the attributes of an ideal long-term care system, and potential areas for reform. The findings highlight the problem of maintaining an adequate workforce despite changing demographics… Expand

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